iOS Universal Games
Skiplit is a beautifully simple yet awesomely complex puzzle game all about colors meeting. You'll soon learn that simple doesn't mean easy.
Ranked #1 game to play in Airplane mode by iGeeksBlog.com
Just swipe the ball to shoot it in the direction you want, bouncing it off of walls and around obstacles to get it into the correctly colored goal. Be careful, though — you can only bounce the ball a few times each level! Almost every level can be completed in more than one way. Levels are as minimalistic as possible allowing you to spend less time figuring out what you're looking at and more time solving the puzzle.
Skiplit can be played anywhere! No internet connection is needed, making it perfect for plane rides, road trips, or whenever you just want to have fun and solve puzzles.
As you progress, you'll quickly discover that levels get more and more challenging when you are faced with.
• Different colored balls and goals
• Different types of balls
• Walls and goals that move just like balls
• Dangerous walls and balls
• Even more complications to discover!
Build, play, and share your own unique levels using the level designer, and play endless levels from anyone else around the world in the Skiplit Community!
Need an airplane mode game? Want a puzzle game with lots of levels and without distractions? Skiplit is a simple yet puzzling, relaxing but brain-twisting, straightforward yet complex, fun and free game.
Skiplit — the beautifully simple yet impossibly complex puzzle game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
In this version, we added five new levels, and made some improvements. We added a new "Colorblind Assist" option that changes the color scheme of Skiplit to make colors easier to distinguish. We also fixed a bug with the Skiplit Community that caused white-outlined ghost grey balls to not act properly. We also made some other bug fixes but they're really small and really hard to explain and I kinda sorta don't really want to type that much right now so I'm not going to but I guess my reasoning would make this giant run-on sentence is a little ironic.
That's about it. We're working for some big new features for Skiplit 3.0! It'll be a pretty big ACHIEVEMENT when we release it in a few weeks but I've already said too much.
If you love Skiplit, share it with your friends. Have boring friends that don't want to play Skiplit? Share it with random strangers! A great way to do it is by walking into random restaurants and demonstrating the game to people while they're trying to figure out what they want to order. You can also just launch the app and go to the level that it took you the longest to solve and just hand your unlocked phone to random strangers you pass on the street and see if they can solve it.
(DISCLAIMER: Skiplit and it's developers are are not responsible for taken, stolen, or otherwise lost devices. You agree to hold harmless to Skiplit and it's developers in the event that any of your property is damaged by you, or by others, with or without your knowledge, as a direct or indirect result of the above statements. Pursuant to Title 21 Section 461 of the U.S. Penal Code and Title Nine Section 381.171(d) of the Code of Federal Regulations, you agree indemnify and hold Skiplit and its owners, officers, affiliates, agents, licensors, and business partners harmless from and against any and all costs, damages, liabilities, and expenses (including attorneys fees and costs of defense) Skiplit or any other indemnified party suffers in relation to, arising from, or for the purpose of avoiding, any claim or demand made by any third party in the event that your usage of Skiplit violates any applicable law or regulation.)